Interested in a career in program evaluation? The CES-ON Chapter has scheduled an event April 23rd, 2015 designed for those interested in a career in evaluation. Melissa will be sharing advice and insight into the world of program evaluation from the perspective of working with the private sector. What a… More
Storytelling and evaluation – a great match
The 2014 Canadian Evaluation Society Ontario (CES-ON) Annual General Meeting and Learning Event focused on storytelling and evaluation. This is one of our firm’s favourite areas of interest as stories help bring evaluation to life! It’s worth checking out the presentation slides from the various presenters to see the different perspectives on how storytelling and… More
Where will you be on October 7th?
Are you planning on attending CES-Ontario’s Annual General Meeting and Learning Event on October 7th? The Cathexis team will be there in full force and we’re looking forward to seeing both new and familiar faces. If you see a Cathexis-er in the crowd, please give us a wave or pop over and say hello, because… More
Tick tock! CES National Conference is almost here…
The annual Canadian Evaluation Society national conference is taking place in beautiful Ottawa this year over June 15-18, 2014. We look forward to sharing and learning with our evaluation colleagues from across the country and beyond. Check out the conference website for more information. If you’re in attendance, consider adding these sessions involving Cathexis-ers (in… More
Shared measurement dilemma? Try these simple tips.
Did you make it out to our 2013 AEA presentation on shared measurement strategies? We had a great group and our collective brains had a great discussion…so great that we can’t share everything that we talked about. But, here are a few key lessons we came up with to help you the next time you… More
Developing Performance Measures Through a Consultative Process
At the 2013 Canadian Evaluation Society Conference, Martha McGuire and Melissa McGuire of Cathexis, along with Charene Gillis, formerly of the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario (ADO), shared their experience developing quality of life performance measures in a consultative way. The ADO is interested in knowing whether the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act is really… More